Shelves and Organization - Kids' Furniture
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Create the comfort zone that every child needs with quality kids' furniture for your home. Whether you're looking for kids' beds or kids' storage furniture, you can find children's furniture that will take your sons and daughters through every age. This kids' furniture buying guide will provide you with some directions; it is organized by age group to help you find the right furniture pieces for every stage of childhood.
Children's bookshelves and kids' storage, as a rule, should be low to the ground. Furniture tip-overs have accounted for almost 15,000 childhood accidents each year from 1990 to 2007, according to the Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Children often reach for items on the top of bookshelves, causing tip-overs. With low-to-the-ground kids' storage, children can easily reach their favorite books or other items without parents worrying about the furniture seriously injuring their child. Look below to learn the best kids' bookshelves and other kids' storage bins.
Normally restrained decorators tend to let loose when decorating toddler bedrooms. After all, the color and pattern palette of kids' furniture and bedroom decor tends to be far more diverse than those for adult bedrooms. You can begin with a few large pieces of kids' furniture, such as a toddler bed, kid dresser and storage shelving. Add a theme or a palette and work from there or just add some simple textiles and wall art for a few decorative accents.
A child's interests can change as frequently as his shoe size. With all the phases he's going through, it isn't surprising that his room can easily become disorganized and cluttered. Establishing order in a child's room can be a great opportunity to teach your child how to keep his room clean and organized. Implementing some simple kids' storage and organization guidelines will help you and your child sort out the mess. With the right kids' furniture, you can create a kids' storage system that gives your child a relaxing space all of his own.
Children's bookshelves and other kids' storage, as a rule, should be low to the ground. Furniture tip-overs have accounted for almost 15,000 childhood accidents each year from 1990 to 2007, according to the Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Children often reach for items on the top of bookshelves, causing tip-overs. With low-to-the-ground kids' storage, children can easily reach their favorite books without parents worrying about the furniture seriously injuring their child.
Once upon a time, designing a boy's bedroom may have been as simple as throwing a blue plaid blanket on the bed, placing a toy box in the corner and calling it a day. These days, however, you can design boys' bedrooms to suit their busy lives and diverse interests. Create a plan that consists of multipurpose kids' furniture, smart storage solutions and decorative elements that they appreciate.
Let's face it. For the most part, bathrooms are not designed with storage in mind. There usually isn't any more storage than what the shelves behind the sink mirror can hold. Most floor plans require you to store the majority of your bathroom essentials in a linen closet down the hall. You need bathroom cabinets to store bathroom essentials like towels, shampoo and toilet paper. By investing in bathroom cabinets, you not only keep your bathroom organized, but you can keep your bathroom essentials right where they belong -- in the bathroom.
When the kids are heading back to school, make sure their rooms are prepared for a year of book reports and science projects. From the dorm room to the bedroom, organized study spaces help all students do their best.
Bedrooms are made for relaxing, but many times they are filled with clutter. To create a feeling of tranquility, clear out the stuff and maximize floor and closet space with easy space-saving ideas. For children, a place to keep toys and clothing can help keep rooms organized. If you're looking for help with storage and organization, consider these space-saving ideas for your bedroom.
Just as good for decoration as it is for function, a storage bench is a valuable and attractive piece of furniture. Instead of just pushing your storage bench against a wall and forgetting about it, why not take full advantage of its storage capacity? Bench furniture with storage can be a perfect way to store odds and ends in an organized and easily accessible manner. Here are a few ideas to help you use your storage benches to their full potential.
If you have a home office you know that computer armoires are one of the most versatile pieces of furniture available. Ideal not only as home office furniture, they can also be used to organize media collections, stockpile craft supplies and yes, house a computer and the associated gear necessary for a satisfying home office experience. Don't limit yourself by thinking of a computer armoire only as a glorified desk; consider putting armoires to more creative uses in every room in your home.
A 21st birthday is a milestone that deserves to be celebrated with a remarkable gift. Whether you're shopping for a young man or a young woman, the birthday present you choose should recognize their transition to adulthood. Depending on the personality of the 21-year-old, as well as your relationship with him or her, you can choose a traditional gift or you can get really creative. These birthday gift ideas should help you find the perfect gift.